- Wartime magazine issue 71
Wartime magazine issue 71
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Wartime Magazine (Winter 2015) - The Second World War
- Rethinking why the Allies won by Richard Overy. New research offers a range of new perspectives on this vital question.
- Australia in the Second World War by Karl James. The great mobilisation helped shape the Australia we know today.
- The Battle of Berlin by David Stahel. Hundreds of thousands died in the campaign that ended the war.
- Forced marches, 1944-45 by Dianne Rutherford. With the Allies closing in on them, the Nazis forced their prisoners to flee from rescue.
- Liberation of the camps by Debbie Lackerstein. What was found in European concentration camps stunned rescuers and the world.
- Nightmares beyond atomic bombs by Richard Frank. Analysis of US plans shows that the end of the war could have been even more destructive.
- “As British as Churchill” by James Curran. John Curtin sustained an imperial vision, even as he fought for Australia’s interests.
- Australia’s campaigns in 1945 by Peter Dean. The final campaigns demonstrated tactical excellence in the service of strategic necessity.
- The Changi complex by Lachlan Grant. Stories by prisoners of war in Changi provide unique insight in a new Memorial book.
- No fresh water and no bridge by Claire Baddeley. Paintings recall life on the Bribie Island coastal defence station.
- Witnessing captivity by Victoria Gwyn.
- Operation Render Safe by Shane Casey.
- Plus regular features including book reviews, letters, and Memorial news.
Details: Magazine, published 2015.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 72 pages.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm (h) x 20.2 cm (w) 0.5 cm (d) / 210 grams.